Latest news from Aberglasney House and Gardens


Latest news from Aberglasney House and Gardens in the Tywi Valley -

In the Gardens...


Visitors can enjoy as good a spring as ever, with new drifts of Narcissus planted by the thousand, new displays of Tulips throughought the Gardens and, of course, the first of the Magnolia and many other choice woodlanders.
Photo courtesy of Nigel McCall

Summer opening hours
We are now open for our summer hours:
10am to 6pm with last entry at 5pm

Events...


Towy Valley Camera Club exhibition
Until Tuesday 5 April in the Mansion
Included in the exhibition will be a panel of 15 very special images by Angie Jones put together for her Royal Photographic Society Associate Award (one of which is opposite).
Angie said: "As a group we're delighted to be exhibiting at Aberglasney over the Easter period and hope that visitors to the Gardens will enjoy our photographs which cover a wide range of subjects including portraiture, landscapes, architecture and wildlife".


Easter explorer
Until Sunday 10 April
This holiday break we're inviting children (young and old!) to take part in a special treasure hunt whilst exploring the Gardens. Crack all the clues to earn a chocolate treat... and remember admission is free for children 16 years old and under.

In the Shop...


♦ New Aberglasney Gardeners' Wash Range (pictured above) ~ handmade in Wales with organic ingredients. Choose from two hand washes (Rose Geranium and Tea Tree) and three soap bars (Lavender, Rose Geranium and Tea Tree & Poppy Seed)
♦ New greetings cards.
♦ New Aberglasney bone china mugs, hand printed in Wales, featuring John Dyer poetry.

In the Tearooms...

♦ Open 10am-5.30pm daily
♦ Lunches served 12-3pm
♦ Afternoon drinks and cakes served until 5.15pm
♦ New children's menu
Don't forget your Maryellen's hot drinks loyalty card next time you visit... buy 9 hot drinks and get a 10th for free.

Aberglasney Restoration Trust
Aberglasney Gardens
Llangathen
SA32 8QH

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